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lived two years Since then he had
lived a hermit life existence, asham
ed to seek again the only woman he
had ever loved.
"There is someone to see you in
the parlor, Aunt Marcia," Royce said
one day, "a broken, penitent' man
with a sad, sad story to tell. You wil
listen to it?"
"Is it Rolfe Gregory?" she spoke,
and sweetly, patiently.
"Yes, Aunt Marcia."
"I knew he would come back to me
in time," she said simply.
He had come back to remain.
Their tears mingled and then their
kisses. Time had not soured them.
It had mellowed them, had made
them patient and forgiving, and a
It was a future hallowed by-another
issue; the regeneration of Royce
Livingston. He had done a grand
act in bringing those two starving
souls together, and, somehow, a new
ambition and manlier impulses came
into his young life.
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
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